need a fpr with weber 38/38
Last edited by YJFreak; 01-19-2011 at 02:41 PM.
The fpr is needed for the Weber as the presure for stock is around 5 and the Weber requires between 1.5 and 3. You can put in a clear fuel filter before the fuel pump, put in the fpr between the fuel pump and old filter and then use a "T" to replace the old metal filter. I would leave the feed back in place as this is a way for the carb to deal with vapor, excess fuel, etc.
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With the return line in place you shouldn't need a FPR, I'd run it without and see if fuel drips out of the carb boosters. You aren't contemplating one of those glass fuel filters are you, I'm talking about one of those cheap ones that you unscrew to replace the element, I'd steer clear if you are, seen too many leak.
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